Fingerprinting with Aquatone

I recently read about Aquatone on Twitter from this tweet:

HTML reports generated by Aquatone are been broken due to Subresource Integrity failure on a CSS resource. Version 1.4.3 fixes this problem: https://t.co/eb9Z1LTIZw— Michael Henriksen (@michenriksen) January 5, 2019

Aquatone is a little tool that I have been playing around with the past couple of weeks. It enables users to quickly and easily forward network scans, or DNS enumeration scans, and grab screenshots. Now that is definitely useful for attackers, but could it also be useful for defenders? I believe so.

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Vulnerability Management Fatigue

CVEDetails says that there is currently over 14,000 vulnerabilities that have a CVE score of 9.0 or higher. The average CVE score is a 6.6, and the total number of CVE’s is over 103,000. You are responsible for every single one of them. If you’re a small shop, that is in addition to your monitoring load, your incident response load, your asset management load, your policies and procedures load, your documentation load, your event investigation load, your… You get it. The never ending load of infosec.

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